Queenie’s Tenerife BlogA place for news and information that may be helpful or of interest to people visiting the island. This will come from various sources but none of the information will be mine. I will of course give links to the originals in case you see a site that you particularly like and wish to follow.
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A new edition of the Arona International Folklore Festival will fill our town with music, singing, dancing, tradition, colour, in short, EXPRESSIONS of the traditional culture of different peoples. Thursday, July 27 At 8:30 p.m. In the Plaza de La Pescadora … Continue reading
The Adeje CDTCA (Costa Adeje Centre for Tourism Development) recently ran a course on setting up businesses, with 18 participants, business persons who have recently or are about to establish a new enterprise. The aim of the course, led by … Continue reading
Welcome to the city that, from 22nd to 25th July, 1797, defeated Admiral Nelson in his attempt to conquer Tenerife. 9 warships and 3,700 British soldiers were beaten by 1,600 scantily armed men, including Canary militia, fishermen, labourers and tradesmen, … Continue reading